Tarot Readings for You for March 12, 2014 Wednesday©

Mar 11, 2014 by

Guidance       This is about succeeding when things are a mess, when you have been taken by surprise, when you take initiative in an out-of-control situation and, by golly, it turns out well.   It is about doing it yourself in a hurry whilst unprepared and there’s no instruction book.   Which is what life is.   We tend not to think of success as what we are currently doing on the fly; we tend to think of success as something we plan, and as a goal.   Well, this says, it’s a process and you’re in it right now while you’re not lookin’.   So give yourself credit for those unplanned achievements: Make the lists now.

 

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‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages from the pictures of the four cards you see – to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

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Seven of Cups

Ace of Pentacles – Knight of Wands – Magician

 

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Tarot Readings: Succeed at Doing (Ace of Pentacles and Magician)

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Tarot Readings: Succeed at Doing (Ace of Pentacles and Magician)

Amazing how it is perfect done so fast.

Doing all of the parts myself, doing them right, and commuting too.

They pay him to travel all over the place to do what he does so well.

He is well paid because he can do so many things so fast.

Amazing that he does it in his exacting way and ships it so quickly.

What you do succeeds right off the bat: We are in shock.

He makes a perfect race, one chance in a million.

He is doing what is right for himself, sloppily and in a hurry.

There’s a bonus for the man who will drive through the storm.

Perfectly executed trip through a blizzard.

All the ways of doing it are right, so hurry up.

Randomly and in a blind rush, I scored.

How the heck did I win when I did it on the fly?

He puts the pieces together instantly and gets the whole picture.

Out of many, only one is right, so we act fast.

He does everything right quickly.

When you get past the confusing part, you do it perfectly all by yourself.

He did it! Shock and awe! He went out and got me a RING!

He gets moving and procures the money ‘out of thin air.’

Action, in the heat of confusion, gets us on course.

Fast action to perfect what is a mess.

You pursue them all to end up with the best one, so I do that.


I am getting myself out of the chaos and onto the right track.

Doing everything perfectly takes energy.

Act fast, anything you do is right!

In a hurry to get all these unrelated things done and done right.

He took out after owning all those things, and he got them too.

 

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Seven of Cups

Ace of Pentacles – Knight of Wands – Magician

 

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      Ace of Pentacles      is success. It is also right, correct, the right way or right road, the right path (or path you are on). It is money, a prize, a bonus, the reward, and possessing, having it in hand.

      Magician      is doing it, pulling it off, creating. Magician is male energy, the male principle – and hence, a man or male. It means any form of the verb ‘do,’ so it means action and therefore is not limited to male doings. It means ‘I’ as well, and ‘myself’ and ‘do it yourself’ or ;do it myself.’ It also is any form of the verb ‘make,’ and words like ‘procure’ or ‘bring about.’ You see that as you read the sentences.

      Knight of Wands and Seven of Cups     The other two cards are what creates all the ‘stories’ here. Knight of Wands is fast, speed, getting ahead, making progress, getting away, getting out of town … and energetically. And Seven of Cups is ‘any old how’ – various unrelated objects or subjects, confusion, miasma and chaos. It is also shock and awe, amazement, being presented with any number of things at once … or in this case (with these particular cards) doing all sorts of things at once. It is also going out of control or losing control of circumstances.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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      Ace of Pentacles and Knight of Wands      … perfect done so fast. … right and commuting too. *They pay him to travel. He is well paid … so fast. … in his exacting way and ships it so quickly. **Succeeds right off the bat. **A perfect race. … right … in a hurry. There is a bonus … the man who … drive through …. *Perfectly executed trip. … are right, so hurry up. … in a blind rush, __ scored. … win, when I did it on the fly? Instantly gets the whole picture. Only one is right, so we __ fast. ,,, right quickly. Went out and got me a ring. … gets moving and procures the money …. … *gets us on course. Fast __ to perfect …. You pursue … to end up with the best one. I am getting _ out of _ and onto the right track. *Perfectly takes energy. _ fast … is right. In a hurry to … right. He took out after owning … and he got them too. x

      Ace of Pentacles and Magician       SUCCEED AT DOING … it is perfect done …. *Doing it right. *They pay him to do what he does so well. They pay him to do. They pay him well. He is well paid because he can do …. He does it in his exacting way. **What you do succeeds. *He makes a perfect __. He is doing what is right for himself … A bonus for the man who will …. **Perfectly executed. … ways of doing it …. *I scored. … win when I did it …? He puts … and gets the whole picture. Only one is right, so we act __. He does __ right. He got me a ring. He procures the money …. Action … gets us on course. Action to perfect …. … to end up with the best one, so I do that. *Getting myself … onto the right track. Doing __ perfectly. *Act … right. *Done and done right. … owning … and he got them too. x

      Ace of Pentacles and Seven of Cups      *Amazing how it is perfect. … all the parts … right. They pay __ to __ all over the place. He is well paid because … so many things …. Amazing … in his exacting way …. Amazing … succeeds …. … a perfect … one chance in a million. … what is right … sloppily … A bonus … the storm. Perfectly … a blizzard. … all the ways of __ are right …. Randomly … scored. **How the heck did I win …? … the pieces … gets the whole picture. **Out of many, only one is right. **Everything right. Shock and awe! – a RING. … procures the money out of thin air! *Action in __ confusion. *To perfect what is a mess. … them all to end up with the best one, …. … chaos, … the right track. *… everything perfectly. *Anything _ is right. Get all these unrelated things … right. … owning all these things, and he got them too. *Owning all these things. *Got all these things. x

      Knight of Wands and Magician      *Done so fast. Doing them __, and commuting too. … to travel all over the place to do what he does __. He can do __ so fast. He does it and ships it so quickly. What you do … right off the bat. He makes a __ race. He is doing ___ for himself in a hurry. The man who will drive through …. … executed trip … … of doing it … so hurry up. … and in a blind rush, I …. **I did it on the fly. He instantly …. **Act fast. *He does … quickly. He did it! – he went out and …. **He gets moving. Action in the heat of …. ***Fast action. You pursue … so I do that. **Getting myself out of …. Doing … takes energy. __fast, __ you do …. In a hurry … done __. He took out after __ and he …. x

 

      Knight of Wands and Seven of Cups      Amazing how … done so fast. … all the parts … and commuting too. …*to travel all over the place. **So many things so fast. Amazing that he ships it so quickly. … right off the bat: We are in shock. … race, one chance in a million. … sloppily and in a hurry. **Drive through the storm. **Trip through a blizzard. All the ways … so hurry up. Randomly, and in a blind rush, __. How the heck … on the fly? … the pieces _ instantly …. Out of many … fast. **Everything _ quickly. *When you get past the confusing part …. Shock and awe! – He went out …. He gets moving … out of thin air! **… in the heat of confusion. Fast … what is a mess. *You pursue them all. … getting out of chaos …. *Everything _ takes energy. … fast, anything …. **He took out after _ all these things. x

 

      Magician and Seven of Cups      *Amazing how … it is done. *Doing all the parts myself. … all over the place to do what he does. *He can do so many things. Amazing that he does it. He does amazing things. What you do: We are in shock. He makes … one chance in a million. He is doing what is __ for himself, sloppily …. The man who will … the storm. **All the ways of doing it. Randomly, I …. How the heck did I …? He … the pieces …. Out of many … so we act …. **He does everything. … the confusing part, you do it all by yourself. Shock and awe! – He did it! He procures … out of thin air! Action in … confusion. Action … what is a mess. … them all, so I do that. Myself … chaos. **Doing everything. Act … anything …. … all these unrelated things done _. He … all these things, and he …. x

 

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Ace of Pentacles      Here’s this hand with the big prize in it suspended over what is obviously ‘the right path’ which has white lilies in front and a trellis of roses for victory at its end. Meanings are obvious, don’t you think? Success. It is also right, correct, the right way or right road, the right path (or path you are on). It’s money, a prize, a bonus, the reward, and possessing, having it in hand. It also can mean ‘Yes.’

 

Knight of Wands      Here he is, looking a little scared I think, rushing on a rearing (also nervous) horse. He has his club in his hand, and his clothes are whipped by wind. Knight of Wands is fast, speed, getting ahead, making progress, getting away, getting out of town … and energetically.

 

Magician       Here he is, arm raised with the magic wand that makes things happen (or not happen), the tools of his trade on the table before him. The symbol of continuing action is over his head; it is a math symbol. Magician is doing it, pulling it off, creating. Magician is male energy, the male principle – and hence, a man or male. It means any form of the verb ‘do,’ so it means action and therefore is not limited to male doings. So it means ‘I’ as well, and ‘myself’ and ‘do it yourself’ or ‘do it myself.’

 

Seven of Cups      depicts Pandora’s Box or the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. A black-robed person is taken aback upon being presented with a motley cloud of mysterious forces. When you know that, you know the meanings are: various unrelated objects or subjects, confusion, miasma and chaos. It is also shock and awe, amazement, being presented with any number of things at once … or in this case (with these particular cards) doing all sorts of things at once. It is also going out of control or losing control of circumstances.

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Tarot Readings for You for November 15, 2013 Friday©

Nov 14, 2013 by

Guidance     Success is being presented both as a matter of focusing on factors and strategies that get us where we are going and a matter of avoiding the factors and strategies that do not get us to our desired destination.   The message applies to whatever kind of success we are seeking, whether romance or business or social.   The message is in great detail.  To heck with the idea that there is only one kind of success, one way to succeed each and every time.  Guidance is to pick your arenas carefully, then stick to your strategy.

 

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Knight of Pentacles

Two of Pentacles – World – Chariot

 

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: His Interest in an Alpha Woman (Knight of Pentacles and World)

Tarot Readings: What You Go Through to Succeed (Two of Pentacles and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Shutting Out the Irrelevant Stuff (Two of Pentacles + World)

Tarot Readings: Getting Oneself Disincluded (Chariot and World)

Tarot Readings: About Vehicles (Chariot and Knight of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Keep Your Mind on the Moves (Two of Pentacles + Knight of Pentacles)

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Tarot Readings: His Interest in an Alpha Woman (Knight of Pentacles and World)

He drives his vehicle around and around, obsessed with the woman who will have nothing to to with him.

 

He is interested only in the most superior females, and sometimes he succeeds.

 

She has his attention when she is not paying attention to him: He keeps trying until he accomplishes his purpose.

 

He keeps trying but does not get through to her; he aims to, if it’s the last thing he does.

 

Men stare at her shapely figure but never quite take decisive action.

 

She is his number one conquest, but it could go either way.

 

Playing stupid is the main way to repel obsessed men.

 

His purpose is to keep people away from her; sometimes, he gets that done.

 

Tarot Readings: What You Go Through to Succeed (Two of Pentacles and Chariot)

He gets ahead by clowning but you remember him as the top candidate.

 

Sometimes successful, sometimes effective, until you are certain exactly what your niche is, or exactly where you don’t belong.

 

You could get the notion to exclude this very able goofball from the running.

 

Make sure you are not in the categories that would exclude you, and keep trying: You will make it.

 

Keep a close watch on if and when excellence succeeds.

 

Oh, the stupid stuff you go through until you are above it all, until you know you have arrived.

 

Keep doing (repeat) the main process that was successful and never mind the rest.

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Tarot Readings: Shutting Out the Irrelevant Stuff (Two of Pentacles + World)

(1) business applications:

 

Keep shutting out the idea that there is only one kind of success, one way to succeed,.

 

Been through the ups and downs and is inured to them – is now interested only in whatever it takes to succeed.

 

No way are you going to go through that whole rigamarole: You have already decided your course of action.

 

She ain’t interested in that stupid stuff; her mind is on getting ahead.

 

(2) personal applications:

 

Upheavals do not affect her: She is focused on her purpose.

 

She isn’t putting up with silly routines; she is interested only in a man who has his head on his shoulders.

 

Just ignore the stupid stuff and keep to what you have already decided.

 

Not going through that routine again; am sure I have already done that.

 

Get it done one way or the other, remembering which ways are off the table.

 

He considers that silly and chooses to not associate himself with that.

 

Pay attention to antics only as they apply to your chosen course – otherwise, ignore them.

 

Know the run-of-the-mill routines so you can choose not to be identified with them.

 

Talk about a hard-headed, driven woman: There doesn’t seem to be any way to get through to her.

 

Study the ups and downs and steer clear of them on a steady course..

 

I keep thinking about it, and decide I’m not interested.

 

Watches the cycles for a while and decides not to have any part in it.

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Tarot Readings: Getting Oneself Disincluded (Chariot and World)

It’s the same project all over again, the one I thought I would never be involved in again.

 

Unstable but ambitious guy is the main one to shut out.

 

Aim to shut out of your life people who have just one idea over and over again.

 

Acting stupid accomplishes your purpose: Let him/ her/them get the idea on (their) own that you are not the one (they) are looking for.

 

The intention to shield yourself from the pubic comes along with success.

 

She continues to be out of the loop, so she can keep her mind on getting the job done.

 

Every once in a while the dude gets it in his head to be ambitious; otherwise he is nowhere.

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Tarot Readings: About Vehicles (Chariot and Knight of Pentacles)

It’s iffy about the vehicle: Remember it isn’t the only one in the world.

 

Driving around in circles with that one-of-a-kind woman on his mind.

 

Watches the cars go ’round and ’round the circle.

 

I go for a drive when I keep thinking about the same thing, to block it out.

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Tarot Readings: Keep Your Mind on the Moves (Two of Pentacles + Knight of Pentacles)

An expert shapely dancer’s moves are her own idea that she is master of.

 

Concentrate on the rhythm to arrive at being a great dancer.

 

Reps for strength, and decides not to concern (him)self with the rest.

 

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Knight of Pentacles

Two of Pentacles- World – Chariot

 

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Chariot and Knight of Pentacles are success-bound, driven, Type A men. Knight of Pentacles has one thing on his mind and has strength; Chariot is a masterful success, is in charge of a project, and is ambitious. Knight of Pentacles can even be obsessed.

Chariot and World are masters of themselves and of their environment. They each contain the occult idea of mastering both the dark side and the positive side, the supreme title of ‘master of both worlds.’ She (World) has attained such mastery she is buffered from (see the wreath, a wall) undesirable elements in all planes (physical, spiritual, etc.), and he (Chariot) has harnessed the dark and the light sphinxes, who each will go only in their favored directions (white, right; dark, left) in such a way that their combined efforts drive him forward. He is a strategist, he gets the job done by taking advantage of even the elements that are unfavorable. Chariot often means ‘success’ or ‘to succeed.’

Chariot and World unite the concepts of excluding and succeeding – not the usual slant! Their union is the source of all our one-sentence readings about choosing your area carefully, and shutting out the irrelevant in your environment. Together they can say ‘master dancer.’

Two of Pentacles indicates an on-and-off up-and-down cyclic movement, or a phase of it. Besides meaning a cycle or ‘periodic,’ or ‘sometimes,’ it means silliness, antics and instability, and a routine. We are not using several other of its applications.

Dancing or a dancer are associated with both Two of Pentacles and World. Both are pictured dancing. Two of Pentacles emphasizes rhythm and the moves, and World emphasizes dancing to your own drummer, uninfluenced. If a question brought the subject up, these two cards could say ‘nude dancer.’

 

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Two of Pentacles     shows a juggler keeping the pentacles moving, dancing while he does so, wearing a goofy outfit.  Ships are tossed on waves behind him.  Its meanings are disparate but grow out of the elements of the illustration.  Continuing process is a main branch, the one that brings up the ‘keep ___ing’ and the words that mean to repeat action. ‘Keep trying’ is common.  Then we have the phrases that arise from his dunce cap and the silly clothes.  Cycles, routines, and the concept of switching one way and then another is yet another category of Two of Pentacles’ meanings.

Phrases today include:  iffy, one way or the other, around in circles, play, same_____ all over again, acting stupid, sporadic, goofball, keep ___ ing, persist, unstable, clowning, sometimes, repeat the process, keeps/keep, antics, routines, silly, ups and downs, rhythm, repetition, round and round, another round, and others..

 

World     is another complex multifaceted Rider Waite Tarot citizen.  It reflects the ‘Master of Both Worlds’ title given to top magicians who are considered to have done both the dark and the light sides well, and so are invulnerable and untouchable.  Teflon person.  The illustration has a wreath around a figure ‘dancing to a different drummer’ to indicate the invulnerability, and depicts all kinds of entities who are looking away from the figure in the wreath as if it were invisible.

Phrases and words this Rider Waite card brings up today include: woman who will have nothing to do with, superior female, she is not paying attention to him, does not get through to her, her shapely figure, her uppermost, repels, top candidate, exactly where you DON’T belong, exclude from the running, categories that would exclude you, excellence, immunity, everybody is rejected except the very best one, the one that was successful, do not affect her, isn’t putting up with, we are not involved, inured, no way are you going to, out of the loop, just ignore, not going through that, above it all, she shuts out, any way to get through to her, ain’t interested in, shut out of her life, which are off the table, discard all other factors, ignore them, not to be identified, not associate himself with, avoid the scene, not to have any part of it, the one to shut out, he is nowhere, not interested, the only one in the world, one of a kind woman, in a circle, the one he thought he would never be involved in, you are not the one they are looking for, shield yourself from the public, keep people away from her, an expert shapely dancer, the top, not concern himself with.

 

Chariot    The competent responsible ambitious successful chief who gets the job done. He represents the will to succeed.  He represents getting ahead.  He represents mastery of a situation.  Notice he has no reins to his sphinx-horses;  he controls them with those wands.  The white represents the good side which follows the right-hand path and goes only right, and it is on the left; the black represents the bad side which follows the left-hand path and goes only left, and it is on the right side.  This provides forward motion to his vehicle.  The illustration represents the occult idea that you need both sides to get ahead.

 

Knight of Pentacles     Well, after those two, the simple peasant dude here is a relief. He is the stubborn physical yeoman with one idea in his head, one ambition.  He represents focus, even obsession. This is the short dark fella who is strong of body and opinionated with ideas that work for him in his environment, and you had best not rock his stubborn boat.  In the illustration, his horse is just like him:  short, sturdy, and dark. A good man to know.

 

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Tarot Readings for You for September 18, 2013 Wednesday(c)

Sep 17, 2013 by

Guidance     We are putting a flashlight on the underside or the backside of problems: How people can get together over any grievance, any nasty ugly thing and enjoy the success of managing it; and conversely how the perfect storybook family or community could be made up of petty controlling hateful folks. The perfect wife and mother who makes everyone happy may hate her life. To some, even a perfect marriage is a problem. The worst people have the money.

 

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‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

 

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Devil
Ace of Pentacles, Queen of Wands, Ten of Cups

 


 

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: The Perfect Manager (Ace of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: She Manages the House (Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Problems in the Happy Marriage (Ten of Cups and Devil)

Tarot Readings: Money and the House (Ace of Pentacles and Ten of Cups)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

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Tarot Readings: The Perfect Manager (Ace of Pentacles and Queen of Wands) 

The perfect manager for this bunch of disagreeable people.


She is competent to get all these people together to fund their biggest grievance.

                                                                                                                                      She puts public money on the problem.


She is in the wrong community to be a successful woman.


Everyone gets together to award her a prize for what was so difficult.

 

Tarot Readings: She Manages the House (Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups)


Everybody’s got problems, things are fine at her house.


She has the ability to set rude people straight in a practical way.


She runs the house on the available money, no matter what the problems are.              


She feels guilty about being the successful happily married woman.                                   

                                                                                                                                     Sex is just right in her marriage, she is a happy wife.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Problems in the Happy Marriage (Ten of Cups and Devil)

She hates being the perfect wife and mother who makes everyone happy.

Money for her disability keeps her staying at home.

The Wife’s wealthy family makes her life difficult.

She married into the perfect family who are all nasty to one another in the nicest way.

A successful woman marries into a dysfunctional or perverted family.                                  

To her, even the perfect marriage is a problem.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Money and the House (Ace of Pentacles and Ten of Cups)

House is in a bad neighborhood, but she owns it outright.

Putting that much money into the house is her mistake.

Neighborhood is an eyesore until she steps in and raises the money.

 

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

People can get together over any grievance, any nasty ugly thing, and enjoy the success of managing it.

As a good citizen, she feels the worst people have the money.

 

Now,  Part Two,

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*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards, by itself, has to say.  It shows you how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in today’s Spread. All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim™.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim™ works.

This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.



Devil
Ace of Pentacles, Queen of Wands, Ten of Cups

 


 

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Remember the ‘spoiler card’ we used to talk about? Well, nirvana was going on here until I drew the last card … the pluperfect spoilsport, the Devil. Devil is an ambiguous card, meaning it has a lot of different meanings. Not all of them are terrible, or even bad. It can mean something is attached to a document, for example, or simply mean ‘physical’ or sex, or describe something as ugly or dirty. It often says ‘the problem.’ But it can also mean addiction, obstacle, toxic, polluted, corrupt, rotting or just about anything nasty, awful, malignant or diseased.

 

 

You could say today’s spread turns the table on Devil, and is its spoiler. Devil cannot do much harm here. Today it creates an intriguing thought: the uses we make of problems.

 

 

A spread that just at a glance means the perfect wife in a perfect marriage or a perfect house for the wife and family:

 

*Ace of Pentacles is perfect, the best, the right whatever.
*Queen of Wands is the sensible woman, manager, wife and/or mother, who is competent at almost anything and who is in charge of her house.

 

*Ten of Cups is happily ever after, the prosperous happy family, the house in a good neighborhood … except when the Devil shows up to modify it.

 

 

Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups are about houses and/or homes. Queen of Wands is indoors, and that card sometimes means that word. It means ‘to be home’ or ‘at home’ sometimes. She is a competent successful woman, and Ten of Cups are the good, well-adjusted citizens (hence successful).

 

 

 

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Ace of Pentacles is right, best, perfect, the right course or path, money (as in money in hand), perfect, possesses, success or successful as well as things like ‘set straight,’ and ‘things are fine.’

 

The illustration that neatly brings these meanings together shows the proverbial straight and narrow path with proverbial white lilies in front and the garland gate of roses at the end of the path, and a hand with a lot of gold in it poised above.

 

 

Queen of Wands is the woman in charge, the manager, the wife and mother who has house rules, the competent woman, the solid citizen, a no-nonsense plainspoken woman who is connected, often, to a house and home. She has her own home-place. The picture shows exactly that: There she is with the flower in one hand and the board in the other, sitting upright with that alert look on her face.

 

 


Ten of Cups
is also about a house as well as a marriage: a good house and a happy marriage, to be precise. Ace of Pentacles makes it a perfect house. It is about a community or neighborhood, a group of people who get together, about ‘happy’ and ‘people’ and ‘the public.’

 

Its is another maudlin illustration: The couple embracing and with arms in air, with two kids, rainbow over their golf-community estate … but no dog! Where’s the dog? They must not be Americans! I guess not, there’s no flag either …

 

 

Devil’s spectrum is wide. Here are the words and phrases it has made today:
problems
rude
disagreeable
sex
grievance, biggest
eyesore
difficult
guilty
wrong
hates being
disability
nasty to
dysfunctional or perverted
bad
mistake
worst people.

 

 

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

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Tarot Readings for You for August 24, 2013 Saturday(c)

Aug 23, 2013 by

Guidance     contrasts strategists with people who accept things as they are.   The strategists get ahead because they use factors that impede their progress to further it, hence they succeed in a hostile environment.  Conformists use diplomacy, good manners and networking for their progress to success. You don’t have to choose the one you incline toward; you can use both means to get where you want to be.  A driven man breaks up with his too-decent woman who loves and admires him, but there’s a gal for him who looks sweet and good who is a cutthroat strategist.

 

Are YOU here for the first time? Come in! People love this place! Our site is divided into four sections: Guidance, Tarot Readings, Learn Tarot by Observation, and Learn Tarot by Pictures.

 
If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of that day.

 

‘Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

 

Did you come here for your predictions? –  You are done now –  See you tomorrow. The family of commenters here would love for you to join in (the very last, at the bottom).

 

Hierophant

Chariot – Three of Swords – Queen of Cups 

 

 

GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

 Tarot Readings: He Breaks Up with Nice Girl (Three of Swords and Queen of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Good Man Who’s Successful (Chariot and Hierophant)

Tarot Readings: Getting Ahead by Being a Good Girl (Chariot and Queen of Cups)

Miscellaneous Tarot Reading

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Tarot Readings: He Breaks Up with Nice Girl (Three of Swords and Queen of Cups)

He decides to break up with her for being a good religious woman.

 

He is antagonistic to organized religion, and to women who are believers.

 

He decides to break the heart of a decent woman who believes in him.

 

He gets ahead by all means fair and foul and is opposed to behaving himself, which is what she is all about.

 

He is at war with her notion of him behaving himself.

 

He decides she is too good for him and breaks up with her.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Good Man Who’s Successful (Chariot and Hierophant)

He is at war with the status quo, and she knows that.

 

She thinks it is a decent responsible man who broke her heart.

 

She thinks he is okay even if he did damage her vehicle.

 

Everything is against it, but she has in mind a moral and ambitious man.

 

She is an ordinary woman who has her heart set on a successful man who is a heart-breaker.

 

She sizes him up as a prime candidate for a probable heart attack.

 

This candidate in the competition meets with her approval – he is the winner.

 

She knows he is a driven hostile guy but is a good man.

 

His is a very competitive nature; hers is about being nice,  being approved of.

 

She has in mind to break up with Mr. Successful and have a normal life.

 

Now that her divorce is official, she has her heart set on this go-getter.

 


Tarot Readings: Getting Ahead by Being a Good Girl (Chariot and Queen of Cups)

She knows how to succeed against the odds by appearing very ordinary.

 

She is a driven and cutthroat competitor who appears to be a sweet good gal.

 

Thinking only sanctioned thoughts and being loyal, she gets ahead in a cutthroat atmosphere.

 

She feels this is just normal-level stress that she can handle.

 

She has in mind to win over these hateful people by being middle-of-the-road.

 

She know her etiquette; she can handle opposition.

 

She sees him as the enemy and she is gonna be the official winner.

 

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Reading

Vehicle damage but no harm to her.

 

 

Now,  Part Two,

 

Do you want to know a little, or a lot, about how this Tarot Verbatim™ thing works? If so,

 

*Go to Learn Tarot by Observing section below. This tells about the combined four pictures in the Tarot Readings –  the pictures above here.  It explains how these four cards get together in your mind to make the message.

 

*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards,  by itself,  has to say.  It shows you how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in today’s Spread. All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim™.

 

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim ™ works.

 

This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contractions – and also the pronouns are more flexible.  If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it.

 

Hierophant

Chariot – Three of Swords – Queen of Cups

 

 

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It is easy to see the contrast going on here between conforming to succeed and being driven to succeed:

 

Chariot is the adventurer and strategist who aims to … and does … fulfill his purpose, his mission, using every factor at hand to do so, including the factors that operate against him.  He is (or can be) ruthless.  He wins; he is a winner.

 

Hierophant is conforming, being normal, fitting in, doing no harm, being respectable, doing things by the book, going through channels of protocol. Hierophant is decency, faith, niceness and good manners.

 

Three of Swords is the hostile environment, the adverse circumstances Chariot must overcome.  Three of Swords commonly means breaking up, enmity or war.  It is a divorce card.

 

But here comes Queen of Cups! What’s she doing here? – a nice girl like her?   This is the good woman, the loyal wife, the believer in all the things Hierophant stands for.  This nice decent girl thinks, dreams, believes, and has faith in her man.

 

In this spread, where all the Tarot cards relate to one another equally, we have to be ready for the nice girl to be ruthless, to get ahead and succeed by strategy.  And that, ladies and gentlemen, is our point, is our theme today:  You don’t have to choose the one you incline toward; you can use both means to get where you want to be.

 

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Chariot     is the driven man, the strategist, the go-getter, the ambitious person who gets ahead, the winner, the successful man.  It isn’t a malefic card, it’s objective in its stance.  A skilled charioteer has magic sphinxes hitched to his wagon on this Rider Waite Tarot card. He uses his wand to control them.  One goes only left and the other goes only right: the tendencies of the environment.  He has hitched them so they have to move him forward:  the one that goes left is on the right,  and vice versa:  balancing out the tendencies of the environment.  This card is about not only taking full advantage of the factors that favor your progress but also using the factors that are against your progress for your purpose as well.  Tacking against the wind, mariners call it. They don’t teach this in your average college.

 

 

Three of Swords     is heartbreak, breaking up, hostile atmosphere, being against or at war with, hating, rivalry and heart ailments. It also means damage. The illustration – a heart with three swords stuck in it, and storm clouds with rain behind it – gets its point across.

 

 

Queen of Cups     is the nice girl, the good woman, the believer, has faith in her man (and usually in God). She is old-fashioned and ever so well-behaved.

Queen of Cups means to think, to figure out, and to have an opinion about. She understands her man.

Illustration shows a blond (the vanilla concept) dreamily contemplating some funky-looking object d’art. The water around her throne means emotion, and there’s a lot of it.

 

 

Hierophant     is the concept of what the public is shown versus what is actual. It’s the official story, the church’s ritual that keeps the believers’ minds to the grindstone. It stands for toeing the line, being well-behaved and middle-of-the-road and ordinary, being acceptable to others and polite.

As you can see, he plays well with Queen of Cups – or she with him, but would be very much at odds with Chariot. Illustration is the pope in regalia with priests or monks kneeling to him

 

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

The entire contents of this website are Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved. This site may not be copied in whole or in part except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review without the express written permission of the publisher. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

 

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Tarot Readings for You for July 5, 2013 Friday(c)

Jul 4, 2013 by

Guidance     We are about people’s definitions of success, and about the ways they either do or do not succeed – where they choose not to succeed even. The underlying message is to balance out both the factors that favor your purpose and the factors that slow you down – to use wind that is against your direction to further it (tack against the wind, mariners call it). We also point out that your definition of success is a factor in whether you are a success. (Duh.) And lastly, achievement isn’t just about the physical but also about ‘out there’ (spiritual and mental) expertise and skill as well – spiritual victories count.

 

Instructions: Are YOU here for the first time? Come in! People love this place! Our site is divided into four sections: Guidance, Tarot Readings, Learn Tarot by Observation, and Learn Tarot by Pictures.

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If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ is a summary of what the cards are generally advising visitors to be aware of that day. ‘Tarot Readings’ is the actual word for word messages to everyone. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself. THEN, the family of commenters here would love for you to join in.

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High Priestess

Death – Knight of Pentacles – Chariot

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Focus on Succeeding (Knight of Pentacles and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Manly Guy, Ladylike Girl (Knight of Pentacles and High Priestess)

Tarot Readings: I am No Lady (Death and High Priestess)

Tarot Readings: Deciding Not To (Death and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Not Succeed (Death and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: About a Car or Vehicle (Chariot)

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Tarot Readings: Focus on Succeeding (Knight of Pentacles and Chariot)

She is determined to succeed in the end.

 

An ambitious woman isn’t focusing on just one thing.

 

He isn’t focused on his achievements but on his skill, his expertise.

 

His main interest is not material achievement but spiritual victories.

 

He has achieved not being obsessed with the other woman.

 

A woman doesn’t have to be Type A to succeed.

 

A man who isn’t obsessed with dames is a man who gets ahead.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Manly Guy, Ladylike Girl (Knight of Pentacles and High Priestess)

He is so macho and she is so ladylike he doesn’t have to be controlling.

 

Realizes he has not mastered the ladies/the lady.

 

He is so obsessed with her as a passive woman that he has no willpower in the situation.

 

 

Tarot Readings: I am No Lady (Death and High Priestess)

I am no lady, I am going to be on top by any means.

 

She is quiet about her grim determination to get it done and put an end to it.

 

This quiet dame is not interested in anything but her one goal.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Deciding Not To (Death and Chariot)

He decides not to choose the other woman.

 

She is not waiting for the guy, his success is all he is interested in.

 

She decides to stay at home and not be ambitious.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Not Succeed (Death and Chariot)

Staying here, she knows she will not succeed.

 

He is fascinated with any woman he might not succeed with.

 

She is passively determined to not be responsible, not be in control, not to be a success.

 

Unless I have a stay-at-home woman, I am not successful.

 

He just can’t get himself interested in a successful woman.

 

He isn’t her idea of a successful man.

 

 

Tarot Readings: About a Car or Vehicle (Chariot)

He is obsessed with cars, not with women.

 

She thinks only of not having a car.

 

All she thinks of is his death in a vehicle.

 

She is determined not to have a vehicle.

 

He isn’t interested only in cars and girls anymore.

 

He sees this as a woman’s car, not for a man like him.

 

High Priestess

Death – Knight of Pentacles – Chariot

 

 

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Death is like the zero in mathematics. It usually means a negative word (no, never, not, don’t, won’t, can’t, end of) that modifies a nearby card. This spread is a study in Death, in how it aspects one or another of its fellow Rider Waite Tarot citizens in Tarot Verbatim(TM). If you are interested in that, go to the last category of sentences and see how the negative modifier moves around to make different stories about a car. It is very obvious there – demonstrated clearly. Throughout, Death makes diverse and contradictory meanings.

 

 

Knight of Pentacles and Chariot are very ambitious men, driven men. Chariot is a success. Knight of Pentacles is determined to ‘make it.’ Knight of Pentacles emphasizes the focusing on one thing; Chariot emphasizes the willpower and the skill to use all the elements of the situation to get the job done, not the favorable ones. Chariot is the project manager, the strategist, and he succeeds like a Marine, by any means.

 

 

The remaining card is the quiet woman, she who knows all, the lady, the woman who stays in one place (or stays at home), the passive party. She represents spiritual expertise, psychic and paranormal abilities. She is the feminine principle of receptivity, as Magician is the male principle, which harkens back to the esoteric concept of being active on one plane and being passive on the other. She also stands for higher planes, especially mental and spiritual ones. She is the force or power behind something (the back seat driver, so to speak) and is The Other Woman.

 

 

High Priestess’ other-plane expertise is echoed in Chariot, who is using wands (and using the way he hitched them to his wagon) to get two sphinxes to go the way he wills them to when they are each programmed to go only in one direction, a left or a right turn. He is using the black and the white together to accomplish his purpose.

 

 

Both Chariot and High Priestess express the idea of balance – he in the black and white steeds, she in the “B” and the “J” (mercy and justice) of those pillars of Kabbalah. She is surrounded by Kabbalah items.

 

 

We are about people’s definitions of success, and about the ways they either do or do not succeed – where they choose not to succeed even. The underlying message is to balance out both the factors that favor your purpose and the factors that slow you down – to use wind that is against your direction to further it (tack against the wind, mariners call it). We also point out that your definition of success is a factor in whether you are a success. (Duh.) And lastly, achievement isn’t just about the physical but also about ‘out there’ (spiritual and mental) expertise and skill as well – spiritual victories count.

 

 

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Death is your negative modifier or negator. Without a question, the meaning of a spread will vary very widely depending on which card the negator modifies. People get upset when they see “The Death Card” but when it modifies a ‘bad’ card’ the two negatives make a positive. Keep that in mind if you read cards yourself. The illustration is of the crown held by the bishop when a king dies before the new king is crowned. Hence, a change of regimes, a shift of power is the meaning you would expect. It doesn’t come up for that in Tarot Verbatim(TM) though; although it does mean the end of something.

 

 

 

 

Knight of Pentacles is driven, determined, ambitious, focused on a main interest, obsessed. He is macho, a tough guy, a very physical guy, is strong of body. He aims to get the job done; whereas Chariot has done the job and is in control of the situation. His illustration in the Rider Waite system shows the tough looking dude on a tough-looking horse, staring at this one thing he has in mind. His ambition is about himself, whereas Chariot’s is about accomplishing the project, meeting the goal.

 

 

 

 

Chariot is the leader. He has achieved, he has got the job done and the situation under control. He is skilled at using both factors that favor his success and factors that are antagonistic to his achieving it to fuel his arrival where he wants to be. A self-made man. Depicted in the Rider Waite system as the charioteer who has the black steed going left and the white steed going right, and he gets a forward movement out of that by hitching them so they get in one another’s way and pull forward. It’s called ‘tacking against the wind’ in maritime lingo. This energy is not self-promoting per se; it is goal oriented about a project being accomplished.

 

 

 

 

High Priestess is passive, has spiritual expertise, is quiet. In Rider Waite, she sits on an invisible throne, with the “B” and the “J” that mean mercy and severity or justice. The tree of the Kabbalah, with pomegranates, is behind her. She wears the cross and has the book of knowledge in her lap, not looking at it because … she wrote it. She knows, she understands, she is camouflaged. She is the lady, and the other woman, in practical application. Her spiritual and other-plane expertise are echoed in Chariot, in his ability to use the black and the white together to accomplish his purposes. She can also represent the Tarot deck.

 

 

EXPLANATIONS: [Use the arrow at lower right to skip this and go to Comments.]

 

All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim(TM).

 

In these group readings, there’s no question (and no Questioner) to limit what the four cards can mean, so they can mean opposite things.

 

When there is a negative-meaning card (a ‘negator,’ I call them), the readings contradict one another because that card can make any of the other cards in the spread negative. Negator cards mean things like: no, never, not, end, can’t, etc. Never be queasy about the number of ‘bad’ card because it takes two bad cards to say ‘not dead’ and only one to say ‘dead.’

 

Without a question or a Questioner, pronouns (I, you, he, she, we, they, etc.) are very flexible. I leave out pronouns in writing this as much as possible – awkward to do that sometimes. When I put them in parentheses, feel very free to change them around to suit yourself.

 

Now in a ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question which provides at least half the information! In an individual’s reading, the parties are identified and sometimes a time frame is too. Here, in a group reading, we cannot do that and so we get more variety of sentences.


Horoscopes are group readings, too. Astrology is based on someone else’s birth data, though, so a ‘solar’ group horoscope never really solidly applies to you! (Astrologers want you to know this!)

 

Tarot successfully addresses the group of visitors, whoever they are. It provides useful information that applies to their daily lives: They tell you this in the comments, for three years now. Tarot can tell you things about people you don’t know personally – such as whoever on your job has a say in your raise or continued employment there, whether that is one person or many. Visitors report that the information is equally accurate for new visitors as it is for the family of regular visitors.

 

Do you want to read Rider Waite Tarot, yourself? Start with Learn Tarot by Pictures to get the day’s cards’ individual meanings; then read Learn Tarot by Observation, which gives you the thinking those four cards inspire in a qualified reader. Next, Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading is the various things those four cards can say (without a question to guide them). Then, Guidance is a summary.

 

In this way, your intuition allows you to learn to read the cards without much effort if you come often enough. Regular visitors can just put it together.

 


Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

 

The entire contents of this website are Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved. This site may not be copied in whole or in part except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review without the express written permission of the publisher. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

 

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